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A Ollmb Up Mount Ararat AraratArchibald ArnratArchibald rnrat rnratArclli
Archibald Arclli ald C Coolittut in the lle II New NewYork NewYork NewYork
York Nation NationIn lvationIn NationIn
In history and in legend le end since sincethe sincethe sincethe
the Flood Ararat has been one of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the most mostfamous famous mountains mount ins in in the theworld theworld theworld
world ol which the ancients be believed believed bet betlfeyed ¬
lieved it to be the centre Its rep reputation reputation reputation ¬
utation tor inaccessibility rather rathersurprises rathersurprises rathersurprises
surprises one for it does notatleast nnt nntat nntatleast at atleast
least seen from the northern side sidelook sidelook sidelook
look as sharp as the Matterhorn Matterhornor
or though it is in to reality as lofty loftyas
as Mont Blanc perhaps because becauseol
ol the much greater height ot the thesnowline thesnowline thesnowline
snowline in summer The finest finestview finestview finestview
view 1 obtained of it was trom the theroad theroad theroad
road above Erivan Immediately Immediatelyat
at ones feet lies the city with all allits allits allits
its Oriental picturesqueness oi oimud 01mud ofmud
mud houses peeping out ot masses massesol massesof
ol rich richgardens gardens beyond it stretches stretchessome stretchessome stretchessome
some thirty miles ol plain broken brokenun
un by patches of trees and from fromthis fromthis fromthis
this foreground the huge moun mountain mountain mounttamn ¬
tain towers up in the air a great greatdark greatdark greatdark
dark cone tipped with the whitest whitestsnow whitestsnow whitestsnow
snow On Onone one side it is connected connectedwith connectedwith connectedwith
with a low bleak range on the theother theother theother
other or rather part of Ararat it itself Itself itsell ¬
self is Little Ararat dwarfed by byits byits byits
its brother and free from snow in inmidsummer inmidsummer inmidsummer
midsummer yet a sharp stately statelycone statelvcone statelycone
cone rising risin to nearly thirteen thirteenthousand thirte thirteenthousand n nthousand
thousand feet above the saa stalevel stalevelIn level levelIn
In the saddle between the two twoat twoat twoat
at a camp called Sedar Bulakh Bulakhabout Bulakhabout Bulakhabout
about three hundred soldiers are arestationed arestationed arestationed
stationed during the summer to toescape toescape toescape
escape the heat of the land below belowand belowand belowand
and to keep in some sort of order orderthe orderthe orderthe
the bands ot wandering Kurds KurdsWe KurdsWe KurdsWe
We proceed slowly enough enoughwith enoughwith enoughwith
with very frequent rests the delay delaycomine delaycominJ delaycoming
coming from the guide who early earlybecame earlybecame earlybecame
became exhausted and complained complainedof
of age and illness At about halt haltpast hallpast haltpast
past four we reached a spot where wherethere wherethere wherethere
there was a general desire to camp campThe campThe campThe
The Kurds naturally wanted to tostop tostop tostop
stop as soon as possible possiblethe the soldiers soldiersthought soldiersthought soldiersthought
thought it would be cold higher higherup hicherup higherup
up and the guide was tired out outOn outOn outOn
On the other hand it seemed ab absurd absurd absurd ¬
surd to halt when there was still stillso stillso stillso
so much muchdaylight daylight and when it was wasdesirable wasdesirable wasdesirable
desirable to get ge well ahead for the themorrow themorrow themorrow
morrow Ai A a means of cutting cuttingshort cuttingshort cuttingshort
short discussion I started on fol followed followed followed ¬
lowed with more or less willing willingness willingness willingness ¬
ness by the rest ol the troop and andthough andthough andthough
though we did not go much fur further further further ¬
ther oven a little was a decided decidedgain decidedgain decidedgain
gain The place where we did didcamp didcamp didcamp
camp was respectably smooth and andthe andthe andthe
the night ni ht owing to the fortunate fortunateabsence fortunateabsence fortunateabsence
absence of the wind was not as ascold ascold ascold
cold as we had supposed it would wouldbe wouldbe wouldbe
be The party therefore slept sleptwell sleptwell sleptwell
well only the guide tossed and andtumbled andtumblcd andtumbled
tumbled about groaning with withlever wilhlever withlever
lever and keeping me his next nextneighbor nextneighbor nextneighbor
neighbor uncomfortably awake awakeLuckily awakeLuckily awakeLuckily
Luckily I had quinine with me meand meand meand
and after filling fillin him up with it ittold ittold ittold
told him next day to remain be behind behind behind
hind with the Kurds and with one onesoldier onesoldier onesoldier
soldier also lever stricken strickenWe strickenWe strickenWe
We did not get away until 5 a am am am
m but then moved steadily and andlast andJast andlast
last keeping on the ledge of rocks rocksthat rocksthat rocksthat
that borders the snow and stop stopping stopping stopping
ping with increasing i frequency frequencycnly frequencycnly frequencycnly
cnly from fatigue and want of ofbreath ofbreath ofbreath
breath To a veteran Alpine Alpineclimber Alpineclimber Alpineclimber
climber it might perhaps have been beenchilds beenchilds beenchilds
childs play there was nothing nothingperilous tlothin tlothinperilous nothingperilous
perilous nothing notllln really difficult difficultabout difficultabout difficultabout
about it it was only a persistent persistentscramble persistentscramble persistentscramble
scramble upwards To a tourist touristof touristof touristof
of sedentary habits it was at least leastexhausting leastexhausting leastexhausting
exhausting as the way was very verysteep verysteep verysteep
steep and the rarefied air made madeone madeone madeone
one lose ones breath easily be besides besides besides ¬
sides causing headache Spiked Spikedshoes Spikedshoes Spikedshoes
shoes and a good alpenstock in instead instead instead ¬
stead of a birch stick with a asharpened asharpened asharpened
sharpened end would have been a aconsiderable aconsiderable aconsiderable
considerable help On we pushed pushedevery pushedevery pushedevery
every man for himself wasting wastingour wastineour wastingour
our strength in amateur fashion fashionbut fashionbut fashionbut
but making such continuous continuousprogress continuousprogress continuousprogress
progress that in just about Tour Tourhours fourhours our ourhours
hours and a half the first three of ofus ofus ofus
us not many minutes apart apartreached alartreached a2artreached
reached the summit which con consists consists consists ¬
sists of two cones one a few feet feethigher feethigher eet eethi
higher hi her than the other and by ten tenoclock tenoclock tenoclock
oclock all fourteen were as assembled assembled assembled
sembled on the top of t the snow snowThere snowThere snowThere
There are two ways in which whichone whichone whichone
one can take the view that spread spreadbelow spreadbelow spreadbelow
below us for we were fortunate in inour inour inour
our weather and had time enough enoughto
to get a good look before a cloud cloudclosed cloudclosed cloudclosed
closed in on us One can survey surveythe surveythe surveythe
the empires ol Russia with its itsgreat itsgreat itsgreat
great present and future Turkey Turkeyand Turkevand Turkeyand
and Persia P rsia with their great pasts pastsone pastsone pastsone
one can repeat that the thin stream streambeneath streambeneath streambeneath
beneath is the ancient Araxes one onecan onecan onecan
can think oi the exploits of offamous offamousconquerors famous famousconquerors famousconquerors
conquerors the cradles of former formercivilizations formercivilizations formercivilizations
civilizations and ot Noahs Ark Arkthe Arkthe Arkthe
the scene is one that appeals appealsstrongly appealsstrongly appealsstrongly
strongly to the imagination From Fromwfhat Fromwhat Fromwhat
what we might call the photo photographers photoraphers photographers ¬
graphers standpoint it is less sat satisfactory satisfactory satisfactory ¬
isfactory On every side lie un unlovely unlovely unlovely ¬
lovely plains relieved only occa occasionally occasionallv occasionally ¬
sionally by a little water or a patch patchof patchof patchof
of green greenjbeyond beyond them are high highdull highdull highdull
dull mountains all with the same samebarren samebarren samebarren
barren scorched look save sa ve for a afew afew afew
few jistant + snow peaks Perhaps Perhapsat
at a season or on a day when w en there thereis thereis
is no heat mist dimming the land landscape landscape
scape the prospect may be more moreattractive moreattractive
attractive Somehow with all its itshistorical itshistorical itshistorical
historical associations it did not nottempt nottempt nottempt
tempt me to linger very long in the theglare theglare theglare
glare but made me willing to join jointhe jointhe jointhe
the soldiers in partaking ot refresh refreshments refreshments refreshments ¬
ments or investigating the box boxwith boxwith boxwith
with the names of previous visitors visitorsAnd visitorsAnd visitorsAnd
And yet though thou h the theviewleft view left only onlya
a blurred outline in the memory memorythat memorythat memorythat
that outline is something I shall shallnever shallnever shallnever
never forget or cease beingpleased beingpleasedto being pleased pleasedto
to own ownThe ownThe ownThe
The return was easy enough enoughThree enoughThree enoughThree
Three thousand or so feet can be becovered becovered becovered
covered in a twinkling by coasting
down a great snowfield and even evenif evenif evenif
if one is more cautious he can des descend descend desrend ¬
cend rapidly r pidly through loose stones stonesthough stonesthough stonesthough
though there is is a very uncomfort uncomfortable uncomfortable uncomfortable ¬
able chance as it takes nothing to toset toset toset
set a lot in motion of sending sendingthem sendingtbem sendingthem
them flying at any time on to the themen themen themen
men underyou under you Beforesunset the thelast thelast thelast
last of the party was again at Sadar SadarBulakh SadarBulakh SadarBulakh
Bulakh Here there had been beenquite beenquite beenquite
quite a little excitement for much muchot muchat
ot our progress including the thereaching thereachmg thereaching
reaching of the summit had been beenlollowed beenlollowed beenfollowed
lollowed through field glasses and andshots andshots andshots
shots fired from the top had been beendistinctly beendistinctly beendistinctly
distinctly heard thus we had eye eyeand eyeand eyeand
and ear witnesses of our success successMany successMany successMany
Many were the toasts drunk that thatnight thatnight thatnight
night On the whole it seems to tome toIDe tome
me that the most notable result of ofa
a u u
our climb is that it must provoke provokeothers provokeothes provokeothers
others No Noone one even in the vicin vicinity vicinify vicin vicinity ¬
ity can now maintain main tam that the themountain themduntain themountain
mountain mduntain is inaccessible or nearly nearlyso
so Ol course like other such suchplaces suchplaces suchplaces
places it is dangerous to o get et lost loston loston loston
on in a storm a man died in 111 that thatway thatway thatway
way last summer and accidents accidentscan
can happen anywhere but there thereare thereare thereare
are countless less celebrated as ascents ascents ascents
cents harder in every way Some Someday 5omeday some someday
day then in the future uture we may mayexpect mayexpect mayexpect
expect to see numerous alpen alpenstocks alpenstocks alpenstocks ¬
stocks marked among other othernames othernames othernames
names with UMt Mt Ararat AraratVACCINATION Arar1tVACCINATION AraratVACCINATION
VACCINATION AND SbiALL SMALLPOX POX IN INBAVARIA INBAVARIA INBAVARIA
BAVARIA Considerable interest interestattaches interestattaches interestattaches
attaches to any information from IromBavaria tromBavaria fromBavaria
Bavaria on the subject of vaccina vaccination vaccination vaccina vaccination ¬
tion from its having been one of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the earliest countries to adopt the thepractice thepractice thepractice
practice and from the thorough thoroughness thorou2hness thoroughness ¬
ness with which it has in recent recentvears recentyears 1 1years
years been curried out there The Thevaccination Thevaccmation Thevaccination
vaccination of infants was intro introduced introduced introduced
duced into Bavaria as far back as asr8o7
1807 though it was not actually actuallyinsisted actualyinsisted actuallyinsisted
insisted upon until the child childreached childrpached childreached
reached its third year Even then thena
a certain number escaped for one onereason onereason onereason
reason or another anotherbut but at six years yearsof yearsof yearsof
of age a e a second line of defence was wasereted waserected as asere
erected ere ted because at that age school schoolattendance schoolattendance schoolattendance
attendance is compulsory and andevery andevery andevery
every child on entering school is isbound isbound is isbound
bound to produce its vaccination vaccinationcertificate vaccinationcertificate vaccinationcertificate
certificate The result of this gen generally generally generally ¬
erally effective system of primary primaryvaccination primaryvaccination primaryvaccination
vaccination wac va well illustrated in inthe Inthe Inthe
the great pandemic of small pox poxwhich poxwhich poxwhich
which attacked Europe in 187073 187073In
In 1870 there were 30742 30 7 z cases of ofsmall ofsmall ofsmall
small pox in Bavaria of which
39429 29 29 or 95 percent per cent were in vac vaccinated vaccinated vaccinated ¬
cinated people This at first firstsight firstsight firstsight
sight appears to be a heavy heavyindictment heavyindictment heavyindictment
indictment against vaccination vaccinationand vaccinationand vaccinationand
and has ben used by anti antivaccinationists antivaccinationists antivaccinationists
vaccinationists as such But Butthis Bu Butthis t tthis
this assumption is entirely nega negatived nelativcd negatived ¬
tived when we learn that of the
5070 deaths from the disease only
137 were between the ages of two twoto twoto twoto
to five arid a d only 48 between six sixand SIXand sixand
and ten tenthe the period of highest pro protection protection protection ¬
tection while 3970 of them were wereover wereover wereover
over twenty years of age These Thesefigures Thesefigures Thesefigures
figures show in thL clearest way waythat waythat waythat
that the mortality which increased increasedsteadily increasedsteadily increasedsteadily
steadily from eleven to sixty years yearsol yearsof
ol age was the result of the gradual gradualweakening gradualweakening gradualweakening
weakening ot the protection given givenin
in infancy Further corroboration corroborationof
of the value of vaccination is de derived derived derived ¬
rived from the experience of the theBavarian theBavarian theBavarian
Bavarian army into which revacci revaccination revaccination revaccination
nation was introduced in 1843 1843From 1843From 1843From
From this date until un ti11870 1870 only six sixdeaths SIXdeaths sixdeaths
deaths from smallpox occurred in init init init
it while from 1828 to 1836 there therehad therehad therehad
had been 52 deaths In 1874 1874Bavaria 1874Bavaria 1874Bavaria
Bavaria came under the operation operationof
of the general law of revaccination revaccinationwhich revaccinationwhich revaccinationwhich
which was applicable to the whole wholeGerman wholeGerman wholeGerman
German empire and the most mostrecent m mastrecent > st strecent
recent results of that law are re recorded recorded recorded
corded in the consular report on onBavaria onBavaria onBavaria
Bavaria for 189798 presented to toPdrliatnnt toPuliannt toParliannt
Pdrliatnnt in July last In this thisreport thisreport thisreport
report the vaccination statistics for
1897 show that out oi 164800 164800children 164800children 164800children
children born 150942 150 942 were vacci vaccinated vaccinated vaccinated ¬
nated for or the first time and 147
714 ol them successfully Of the
13858 children who were not sub subjected subjected subjected ¬
jected to vaccination only 1050 1050evaded 1050evaded 1050evaded
evaded the law purposely the re remainder remaincler remaincler ¬
maincler were excused on medical medicalgi
gi oundsor were absent from home homeor homeor homeor
or not traced trac d Of the 124277 124377persons 124277persons 124277persons
persons liable to be vaccinated for forthesecond forthesecond or orthe
thesecond the second time 120573 I 0573 were suc successfully successfully successfully ¬
cessfully vaccinated and only 235 335evaded 235evaded 235evaded
evaded the law wilfully With Withsuch Withsuch Withsuch
such effective vaccination as this thiswe thiswe thiswe
we are not surprised to be told toldthat toldthat toldthat
that during 1896 only one case ase o osmallpox 01 01smallpox ofsmallpox
smallpox occurred in the whole wholeol
ol BavariaBrilisle Bavaria British Medical Yournal your yournal Your1ml
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HISTORY OF PLAGUE PLAGUEThe The first firsthistorical firsthistorical firsthistorical
historical mention of plague pla ue is of ofan oian ofan
an outbreak in Lybia in the third thirdcentury thirdcentury thirdcentury
century before Christ Again we weread weread weread
read of bubonic plague in the great greatplague greatplague greatplague
plague 01 Justini in in 542 A D In Inthe Inthe Inthe
the fourteenth century the black blackdeath blackdeath blackdeath
death appeared in southern Italy
134647 and spread over Europe Europereaching Europereaching Europereaching
reaching England in 1348 where whereit
it appears to have remained for lorfive Jorfive forfive
five or six years A second epi epidemic epiJemic epidemic ¬
demic occurred in 1361 J 36 r and a athird athird athird
third in 1368 In the fifteenth sixteenth six sixteenth sixteenth ¬
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corded The great plague of oLon oLondon London Lon London ¬
don in 1665 in which seventy seventythousand seven sevenythousand y ythousand
thousand persons died was the last lastEnglish lastEngli lastEnglish
English Engli h epidemic ol plague plaguePlague plaguePlague plaguePlague
Plague occurred frequently in inEuropean inEuropean inEuropean
European countries up to 184 1841 1841In 1841In
In Russia it is epidemic sometimes sometimesof
of a mild type but more often vir virulent virulent virulent ¬
ulent In India plague has prob probably probeably probably ¬
ably existed since 1815 Irom time timeto timeto timeto
to time in a sporadic form and andunder andunder andunder
under various names in various variousparts variousparts variousparts
parts of the country with no re reliable reo reoliable reliable ¬
liable information as to the mode modeof modeof modeof
of origin In the autumn of 1836 1836a
a severe outbreak occurred in inBombay inBombav inBombay
Bombay which was preceded by byan byan byan
an epidemic among rats of a fatal fatalbut latalbut fatalbut
but hitherto unknown disease diseaseNineteenth cJ dieascNiueleerM ease easeNillelem1t
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NEW FRUIT TREE TREEA A new fruit fruittree fruittree fruittree
tree is described by Andree in the theRevue theRnme theRevue
Revue Horticole The name of the theplant theplant theplant
plant is Lelfoa Leifoa sellnviana It is isindigenous i iindigpnous isindigenous
indigenous in La Plata South SouthAmerica SouthAmerica SouthAmerica
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metres metresand and had the form of a shrub shrubThe shrubThe shrubThe
The fruit is an oblong egg shaped shapedberry shapedberry shapedberry
berry four to six centimetres long longand longand longand
and three to five centimetres wide wideretaining wideretaining wideretaining
retaining its color even in the theripest theripest theripest
ripest condition The meat of the thefruit thefr thefruit
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sweet taste containing much Juice Juiceand juiceand juiceand
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able and penetrating odor The Theflavor TheRavor Theflavor
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